The Black & White

Unicorn frappuccino is a waste of money

Unicorn frappuccino is a waste of money

Bryce Schulte, Co Editor-in-Chief

April 25, 2017

Before the Unicorn frappe was released, people like myself were excited to see it in stores. When it made its debut, there were many mixed reviews. Some like it, but the people with taste buds that actually work will tell anyone the Unicorn frappe is quite frankly disgusting. There's a few reasons...

Art class not just for the artistic

Art class not just for the artistic

Bryce Schulte, Co-editor-in-chief

February 17, 2017

Up until this year, I was one of those people that always told myself I wasn’t creative. I never wanted to try an art class in fear of failing. Despite that, I decided to give it an art class a shot and took Photo Art I first semester. Looking back, it may have been one of the best decisions of...

Savannah DeGroot

February 13, 2017

While she is comfortable with her sexuality, there are hard moments for Savannah DeGroot ‘17. Being lesbian and on the girls’ swim team she feels like she has to be careful around the other girls. “I have to be more conscious of my actions, because I feel like I might give someone the wrong idea,”...

Marcus Miller

February 13, 2017

Marcus Miller ‘15 struggled with his sexuality while attending Johnston. During his junior year of high school, Miller began going to a very conservative church. The church had conservative teachings on many social issues. Miller was new to the Christian faith, so he just accepted what he had been...

Bernardo Duarte

February 13, 2017

During his junior year, Bernardo Duarte ‘16 first started questioning his sexuality. “I was terrified of that idea so I shut it off completely,” Duarte said. “I would tell myself everyday that I’m not gay to the point where I would believe it.” After one year, Duarte stopped hiding the...